A Quasi-Unitary Pre-Quantum Theory of Particles and Fields and Some Theoretical Implications
The theory indicates the possibility of a cold genesis of elementary particles and fields by a phenomenological approach using the principle of sub-quantum fluid, describing the electro-magnetic and gravitational fields through equations of ideal fluids applied to the subquantum and the quantum “primordial dark energy.” The potential to describe the cold genesis of “dark” photons and “dark” elementary particles is obtained by a lepton CF-chiral soliton model, resulting in a vortex of “primordial dark energy,” respectively-as gammonic (e+-e-)-condensate Bose-Einstein pairs confined in a very strong magnetic field, during the time of the Protouniverse. This possibility results from a primordial ‘gravistar’ model with a self-growing property created by a “vortex cascade” mechanism caused by its magnetic field and gravitationally maintained by the confining of “primordial dark energy” into “dark photons” and into “dark particles.”
As a time of gravistars evolving into magnetars, supernovae and into (micro)quasars, the presumed primordial ‘big bang’ of the Universe results.
A semi-sinusoidal variation of the expansion speed is given by the resulting model of the expanding Universe.
Naturally, the approach describes the fundamental relationships in the same basic definition.
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